Wednesday, May 9, 2018

Elevatorgate


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In a crowded elevator, resident DFC Simona Sharoni took command of the elevator buttons and asked SJW victim Richard Ned Lebow which floor he needed. "Ladies lingerie" he said, getting a laugh from everyone except (we are told) Simona Sharoni, who was immediately offended and filed a complaint against Richard.  But of course she waited a few hours to compose herself and withdraw to a safe location.

Standard Warning Officially Issued.  The following is politically incorrect, socially insensitive, and directly attacks SJWs somewhere.  Any micro-aggressions are accidental; all aggressions are meant to be of the macro category.  Your mileage may vary, void where prohibited, the sleeves will ride up with wear.


Elevatorgate officially started some days back, so I'm late to the party, but between President Trump and whatever else the moonbat harridans are howling about now, this one got pushed off the main page. And it shouldn't have.

Lingerie Laughs - Not!

Headline: He Makes a Joke. She Isn’t Laughing: ‘Lingerie’ Comment in Elevator Leads to Uproar Among Scholars.

The fuss started when Richard Ned Lebow, a professor of political theory at King’s College London, and Simona Sharoni, a professor of women’s and gender studies at Merrimack College, ended up in the same crowded elevator during a conference being held at a Hilton Hotel in San Francisco, CA last month.  From the article:

She said she offered to press the floor buttons for people in the elevator, whom she described as mostly conference attendees and all, except one other woman, white middle-aged men. Instead of saying a floor, Lebow smiled and asked for the women’s lingerie department "and all his buddies laughed," Sharoni wrote in a complaint, the details of which he disputed, to the association later that day.

From Foxnews:

After Lebow was made aware of the complaint, he sent Sharoni an email telling her “I certainly had no desire to insult women or to make you feel uncomfortable.” He also suggested she may have “interpreted my remark out of context.”

“Like you, I am strongly opposed to the exploitation, coercion or humiliation of women,” Lebow wrote, according to the Post. “As such evils continue, it seems to me to make sense to direct our attention to real offenses, not those that are imagined or marginal. By making a complaint to ISA that I consider frivolous — and I expect, will be judged this way by the ethics committee — you may be directing time and effort away from the real offenses that trouble us both.”

Lebow told colleagues this is “a horrifying and chilling example of political correctness” that “encourages others to censor their remarks for fear of retribution.”
Once they heard the accusation and read Lebow's initial response, the fatheads, snowflakes, and faggots running King's College London folded faster than a hammer in a hold 'em game.  They demanded a letter of apology from Lebow, which he has wisely declined to write.  Although, not having a lot of skin in the game, I might have helped him with this.

Dear Pseudo-Professor Sharoni,

I truly am sorry that you're a dumb fucking cunt who lacks anything resembling a sense of humor, or the wit to develop one.  My lighthearted remark made in response to your query was designed to evoke humor among intelligent adults standing in uncomfortably close proximity to each other, and in that I succeeded.  You, in your attempt to create hatred and strife, and to damage my professional life and well-being, have failed.  Possibly this failure illustrates your professional life, or life in general.

Although you have the IQ of a fence post and the credentials to match, you aren't without certain qualities and natural talents which might be employed to your own benefit.  Admittedly you're a bit old, but you've managed to retain your figure, which is a real asset for someone in your position.  I suggest you learn to be a pole dancer.  Pole dancing will bring you into contact with successful women (have you ever met an ugly, ill-mannered, or splenetic pole dancer?  Neither have I.), women of good demeanor, some of which may rub off on you.  The other alternatives are not as appealing.

Yours in all truth and honesty,


Richard Ned Lebow, PhD
I'm being a bit facetious here.  I don't really think Sharoni could learn to be a pole dancer, but she might learn to be nice to people.  It really doesn't take all that much to get along.

Attacks like this one must not be allowed to stand without some kind of rebuttal.  This is my rebuttal to human hate machine Sharoni and the journalists in name only that gave her baseless complaints ink they didn't deserve.

5 comments:

Glen Filthie said...

Why - if I had been in that elevator while all that was going on, I would a learned 'em all a lesson and fart-raped the lot of them with my toxic masculinity, HAR HAR HAR!!!!

deborah harvey said...

she wanted her 15 minutes of fame and she got them..maybe she can get on tv or get a book deal out of it.

Bob G. said...

Mad Jack:
I agree with you and your commenters.
This PCBS has to stop.
Whenever one of these assholes nudges, we ALL should push the hell back AS HARD as we can, and make THEM the pariah they try to paint everyone ELSE as...just a thought.

Maybe this "professor" should have taken the STAIRS?
Probably have a line to "help" her DOWN them...lol.

Roll safe out there.

Mad Jack said...

The trouble with gas attacks is that they're non-discriminatory, non-selective attacks, and all the men in the elevator are on our side. Glen.

Deb - I'm thinking 10 seconds of TV fame and three to five daze on the Internet. The thing is, the Internet attack business may be enough to actually damage the man financially.

Bob - You nailed it. Conservatives tend to be a live and let live group, thinking for themselves and not joining anything unless specifically invited. The moonbats don't work that way. We need to change and go on the attack.

What I'd like to know is what the rest of the men and the single woman in that elevator car are saying, because I'm betting that it's nothing commercial media will ever print.

CWMartin said...

Well, Bob covered me on this one, so I'll just say, the prof shoulda added to his button request, "I'm hoping to find me something sheer and stylish for tonight. Do you have a label recommendation?"